[Release] Rejetto's HTTP File Server Addon v2.2a.125-070815

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[Release] Rejetto's HTTP File Server Addon v2.2a.125-070815

Post by Mrs Peel » Tue Apr 11, 2006 6:37 pm

Yayyyy, my favourite easy-peasy-straight-out-of-the-box open source file sharing utility has now gone to full version 2.0.

I added to this pack a custom *.ini file along with the HFS users guides and HTML templates (latest versions from their website) in case they are useful.

HFS v2.2a build 125
LINK: MrsP_HTTP_File_Server_Addon_v2.2a.125-070815
MD5: 18D8585769D3FCA82D74C3BC8F1A1EBD
SIZE: 576 KB
Description: An easy to use HTTP server for file transfers
Op System: Windows 2000, XP & 2003 (x86 only)
Builddate: 2007/07/25
Language: English
Title: HFS Server
Version: 2.2a build 125
License: Open Source
Website: http://sourceforge.net/projects/hfs
Installs to: "%programfiles%\Network\HFSServer"
Uninstaller: Removes program files, shortcuts, reg entries and personal settings
HFS ~ HTTP File Server
HTTP server designed for file transfer. It is file sharing, it is a webserver, it is opensource and it is free. You can use HFS to send and receive files. Very easy to use, just drag&drop your files in it. It automatically copies in the clipboard the full url of the file, so you just have to paste in your preferred chat. It differs from classic file sharing because it uses web technology, thus is more compatible. It differs from classic webservers because it is easy and ready out of the box.
Features:
* Download and upload
* Virtual file system
* Highly customizable
* HTML template
* Bandwidth control
* Easy/Expert mode
* Log
* Full control over connections
* Accounts
* Dynamic DNS updater
Image

Enjoy (or not)

:D

[Edit 2007/06/20] Updated to version v2.1a
[Edit 2007/08/15] Updated to version v2.2a (build 125), rebuilt with uninstaller and included some basic templates
Last edited by Mrs Peel on Fri Aug 31, 2007 9:09 am, edited 7 times in total.

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Post by phiron » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:03 pm

sorry Mrs Peel u don't update the file
but i do it

changed:

1- hfs.exe from 2.0.032 to 2.1.083
2- customized hfs.ini


***DELETED BY MRS PEEL***

Do NOT change my work and then leave MY name on it as if it was done by me. I think Zacam has adequately explained the rest for you. (Thanks for the support Z)

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Post by Zacam » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:05 pm

*blink* *blink

Unless it was via PM, I don't see a request anywhere informing Mrs. Peel of the update, or requesting that it be updated by her.

All in all, this seems HIGHLY rude, to me at least.

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Post by phiron » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:23 pm

sorry i don't know this rule.
but i will send pm
if he won't this update plz remove my reply.

i love this program and i use it and this version with many bug then i update it.
i just want help Mrs. Peel
i'm sorry again

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Post by Zacam » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:43 pm

Okay. It's not really a -rule- per se, more it's a respectful courtesy to ask the author of an addon if they're aware that an update to the software in question is available.

In many cases, the author simply becomes busy with other things and is not aware, or they may even be busy on working on updating it at the time.

So, it's just generally considered a good idea to ask if they're aware of an update and ask politely if they would then update their addon. At which point they either will, or state a reason why they won't (for example, it _was_ freeware, now you have to pay for it, etc.)

I am glad that you do find the software useful, and that you did, under your own initiative, figure out how to make an updated addon (and without installing it, it appears to have been done correctly).......initiative like that _is_ to be admired. But do please at least PM in the future to the author with your information first.

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Post by phiron » Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:52 pm

:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :heart:

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Post by Mrs Peel » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:32 am

Updated now....

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Post by Mrs Peel » Wed Aug 15, 2007 7:10 pm

I just updated this again and noticed that there has been NO BLOODY RESPONSES to this thread for SIXTEEN MONTHS, except for this code thieving looser phiron.... and not even an effing THANK YOU that I made the effort to update this two months ago.

If you people cannot bring yourselves to make a simple acknowledgement of my efforts then I cannot be bothered maintaining this pack anymore.

SEVEN DAYS NOTICE to let me know that you use it or you LOSE IT!

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Post by ayanamist » Sun Aug 26, 2007 5:39 am

thank you for your work
:-)
plz continue the work so we can use it in the future
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